Description: Ground from the web-like outer covering of the nutmeg seed, mace imparts a more pungent and spicier flavor to food than the nutmeg. Mace is most popular in European foods where it is used in both savory and sweet dishes, especially in French cuisine that calls for this spice to be used in tandem with nutmeg to balance the flavors; it is also the dominant flavor in doughnuts. You can sprinkle it on fruits, whipped cream or anything chocolate. It can also be used in savory favorites, such as patés, creamed spinach and mashed potatoes.
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